Amazon Games has published a gameplay trailer for Crucible, a shareware shooter with MOBA elements. In it, the developers told about the features of the game and called the exact release date.
Crucible will have three modes: “battle Royale”, as well as two MOBA variations. In Battle Royale, players will fight in pairs, and after the death of a teammate, the survivor will be allowed to team up with another single fighter. When three finalists remain on the field, the squads will automatically disband.
In MOBA formats, two teams will fight. They will be able to increase the level of heroes, gaining experience for killing opponents and neutral monsters. In the first mode, the main task will be to capture the “Hearts of the hives”, and in the second-to keep control of the mining stations.
The development of Crucible is handled by the internal Studio Amazon Games-Relentless, which includes former employees of Electronic Arts, Activision Blizzard and Xbox. The game will be released on Steam on may 20.
The release date of the remaster of Halo 2 on PC has become known
The remaster of Halo 2 will be released on PC as part of the Master Chief Collection on may 12. This was announced by the developers on Twitter.
The release of the original Halo 2 took place in November 2004 on the Xbox. Three years later, the shooter was ported to the PC. The average rating of the game on the website Metacritic from journalists is 95 points out of 100. A remaster of Halo 2 has been available on Xbox One since 2014.
The Master Chief Collection is a collection of remasters of the Halo shooter series, which were originally created for the Xbox family of consoles. At the moment, the set includes the first game of the franchise Halo: Combat Evolved and its prequel Halo: Reach.